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Typical 10-year Life Cycle $$$

Subject to hour’s usage, compressor specifications, normal regular servicing, condition of the air pipes and other equipment, energy cost, possible of higher % of energy savings.

VSD

The main difference between fixed speed and Variable Speed Drive (VSD) rotary screw air compressors is the way the motor is controlled. Fixed speed compressors run at one fixed speed and are very efficient when operating fully on load 100% of the time, when the motor is running and compressed air is being produced. The inefficiency comes when the unit unloads (stops making air). Although eventually the compressor will stop, it spends some of the time turning the motor and using energy whilst not actually producing anything, and therefore wasting energy. A VSD compressor automatically adjusts its motor speed to the air demand, ensuring it runs no faster than necessary.

Benefits:

ENERGY SAVINGS. Variable frequency can very efficiently maintain steady discharge pressure in widely varying loads, thereby reducing power cost.

REDUCING POWER SURGES from ‘soft starting’ motors, eliminating high inrush currents.

Delivering a more CONSTANT PRESSURE.

Permanent Magnet

Silent and reliable, Permanent Magnet ("PM") motor, instead of the traditional induction motor, offer excellent performance without inadvertently damaging compressors, leading to less wear and longer system lifespan.

Benefits:

Non-contact magnetic bearings are used to hold the motor shaft in place, so there is less vibration and no friction between the components, resulting in LESS WEAR.

INCREASE Energy Eefficiency – reduce electrical power consumption and costs.

PM Servo motor has 2 to 7% higher working efficiency than three-phase asynchronous motor. Even more energy savings than just PM motor. Accompanied with VSD thereby decrease the impact to compressor unit and power grid especially during starting.

Economy Series of PM VSD

Two-Stage

Two-Stage air compressors compress air using a dual stage process. This is ideal for demanding, industrial application, and in facilities that require a constant supply of compressed air. They are much tougher than single stage compressors and can handle more pressure and more capacity. If your operating pressure for your facility is going to be high, then the more likely your operation will require a two-stage compressor.

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